Scientific Exploration and Discovery

CISL Scientific Exploration and Discovery

Project Description

Scientific exploration and discovery is the newest use case for the Situations Room Infrastructure. The room both learns from and works with experts to transform the decision-making process from an open-loop to a closed-loop with feedback from experts in the room. The first scenario focuses on a group collaboration framework to improve the detection and diagnosis of breast cancer using a human in the loop architecture. It will be demonstrated through medical image informatics and interactive machine learning with human-in-the-loop as a better alternative. Preliminary results show that using a framework in the form of a cognitive room is better for multifaceted tasks like these.

Faculty

Hui Su
Project Director | Director, CISL
Human Computer Interaction, Cognitive User Experience, Visual Analytics, Cloud Computing, Neural Networks
Bulent Yener
PI / Co-Principal Investigator, Hidden Object / Restaurant Game | Director, Data Science Research Center
complex networks, bioinformatics, medical informatics, security and privacy, computer networks, combinatorial optimization

Research Staff

david allen
User Experience & Visualization Design | Research Associate
Computational Arts, Visualization, Natural Interfaces, Live Performance

Former Research Staff

Robert Rouhani
Developer | Media Integration Specialist, CISL

Students

Lilit Balagyozyan
User Experience Design | B.S. Design, Innovation, & Society and Mechanical Engineering
Design
Samuel Chabot
Sonification | Ph.D. Candidate, Architectural Acoustics
Spatial data sonification

Alumni

Aritra Chowdhurry
Lead researcher | Ph.D. Computer Science
Healthcare image processing